ISO : 28000 (Logistics)
The ISO 28000 standard is formally known as "Specifications for Security Management Systems in the Supply Chain".
The purpose of the standards is to reduce risks to people and cargo within the supply chain. The standards address potential security issues at all stages of the supply process, specifically within the logistics area, targeting threats such as terrorism, fraud and piracy. It is also focusing on mitigating effects of security incidents.
The ISO 28000 series of standards consists of :
ISO 28000:2007- The Security Management Standard (SMS) requirements standard, a specification for an SMS against which organizations can certify compliant.
ISO 28001:2007- Provides requirements and guidance for organizations in international supply chains. Assists in meeting the applicable authorized economic operator (AEO) criteria set forth in the World Customs Organization Framework of Standards and conforming national supply chain security programmes.
ISO 28002:2010 PAS - Development of resilience in the supply chain - Requirements with guidance for use.
ISO 28003:2007- Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of supply chain security Management systems :
- ISO 28004:2007- provides generic advice on the application of ISO 28000:2007.
- ISO/AWI 28005-(Under development) Electronic port clearance (EPC) -- Part 1: Message structures.
- ISO/AWI 28005 - Electronic port clearance (EPC) -- Part 2: Core data elements